In Agra Region, Compost Plays a Part in Reducing Saline Soil

Authors

  • Meenal Sharma Department of Biotechnology, R. B. S. Engineering Technical Campus, Bichpuri, Agra, India
  • V. K. Srivastava Department of Biotechnology, R. B. S. Engineering Technical Campus, Bichpuri, Agra, India

Keywords:

Salinization, Electrical conductivity, Fertilizer, Reduce soil salinity

Abstract

This report deals with this analysis “Bio-Compost Influences Salinity and Plant Development by Experimenting with Greenhouse Pots” [1] and “Soil salinity reduction by bio-compost” [2]. The phenomenon of soil salinity occurs when the salt content in the soil exceeds the usual value. Salinization is the method of increasing the salt content of water. Salts are found naturally in soils and water. It is possible to achieve salinization. By means of specific processes, such as mineral sustaining or the gradual withdrawal of an ocean. Artificial ir may also be used to build it in addition to the overuse of chemical fertilizers in farmland Plant growth and crop production are also hampered by salinity. This project aims to investigate the impact of salinity on plant growth as well as how management strategies can help avoid soil salinization. The compost was used to reduce the salinity of the soil. Agra's estibilized soil hydrology model was decreased with the use of bio-compost. MS-1 is the electrical conductivity (EC) of a compost mixture of soil samples. According to the results, compost has a strong potential for reducing soil salinity and may be a highly effective alternative to chemical fertilizers for increasing plant development.

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Published

2021-03-29

How to Cite

[1]
M. Sharma and V. K. Srivastava, “In Agra Region, Compost Plays a Part in Reducing Saline Soil”, IJRESM, vol. 4, no. 3, pp. 109–111, Mar. 2021.

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